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City Council okays wage increase; website improvement

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Thursday, 16 June 2011 10:12

    City of Clear Lake employees will receive a 3.4 percent wage increase for the 2012 fiscal year.
    The City Council approved the increase, which was part of a collective bargaining agreement made three years ago, at its June 6 meeting. The agreement is in place through the 2012 fiscal year.

   

Say it in bricks

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Thursday, 16 June 2011 10:10

Chamber invites orders for more personalized bricks

 

    The Clear Lake Area Chamber of Commerce will be placing the next order for “Brick Pavers” in June. The deadline for ordering a “Brick Paver” for fall placement is Monday, June 20.  Brick pavers can be placed anywhere brick sidewalks exist in Clear Lake.
    “These pavers are a great way to recognize any special occasion,” said Chamber Special Projects Director Trish Pletcher.  “Weddings, a new baby, graduations, memorials and special memories are just some of the reasons for which people have purchased a paver.”

   

Don Hauge named July 4th Parade Grand Marshal

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Thursday, 16 June 2011 10:02

    

The Clear Lake Area Chamber of Commerce Fourth of July Committee has announced local business owner and community volunteer Don

Hauge will serve as the Grand Marshal for the city’s July 4 parade.  The honor will bring Hauge out from behind the scenes of Clear Lake’s biggest event, into the spotlight for some much-deserved recognition.    

Clear Lake July 4th Committee Chairperson Alice Hanley noted Hauge has helped the Chamber, and numerous other local organizations and causes, greatly during his years in Clear Lake.

 

 

   

Golf Club Foundation off to a good start

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Thursday, 16 June 2011 09:44

Membership numbers on the rise

The Clear Lake Area Chamber of Commerce First Mates and V.F.W. Honor Guard joined members of the Veterans Memorial Golf Club Foundation to cut the ribbon and officially dedicate the city-owned golf course.-Reporter photo.

    The Veterans Memorial Golf Club Foundation Board of Directors report membership has increased at the local golf course and the group is optimistic it can finish the season with a positive balance.

   

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